Daniel Di Santo

New German Military Base Opens in Niger

Germany confronts Islamic terrorism by expanding influence in North Africa.

Middle Eastern and Pakistani perpetrators only now being sought and convicted.

By arming its Yemeni proxies, Iran endangers oil shipments in a vital choke point.

Germans who fought for the Islamic State are ‘living time bombs.’

Japan’s amphibious unit is new, but its push for militarism is not.

After a year of frozen relations, friendship returns in the form of arms deals.

The surge in support for a fringe party makes the country hard to govern.

Armed groups rise as Europe searches for answers.

New agency represents a new era for German cyberpower.

America may win the battle, but not the war.

Europe’s economic leader gains more leverage.

Anger over immigration grows in yet another European country.